Learn how you can use Box Tops for Education and give back to your school through purchasing select items such as Reynolds Kitchens and Hefty products which raises money for supplies, technology and more.
Before my kids were in school, I had no idea all of the things they would require besides their basic school supply list. I had to sign up for an online school lunch account so I could place money into it so they could purchase hot lunch. When I was a kid my mother sent me to school with money in a coin purse.
Things have changed and in the terms of Box Tops for Education, for the better. With Box Tops for education, you can clip box tops off of hundreds of products, save them to turn into your school. Your school will then send them into Box tops for Education and earn money for each one they collect. It’s that easy and your school can use that money for supplies, technology and more.
Box tops for Educations also has fun little sheets that can get your kids involved and have a little craft/project time. I love this one for the summer.
I love that Box Tops for Education are already on the products I purchase. We bake a lot in this house so something we always have on had is Reynolds Kitchens™ parchment paper. These triple chocolate cookies are the family’s favorite and I can always count on Reynolds to keep my cookies from sticking to the cookie sheet!
I also love their slow cooker liners because who likes to clean that bulky slow cooker every time. Ain’t nobody got time for that.
Before school starts, I always have my kids clean out their closets and rooms so we can minimize the clutter before our year gets started. I give them each a Hefty bag and send them off to work. While they’re working, I’m doing the same thing in the rest of the house. A fresh start to the school year is always such a great feeling.
We like to store our box tops in a mason jar in the cabinet and my kids are always sure to search for one before we throw the empty containers into the recycle bin.
How do you prep before your kids start back to school?
What Reynolds Kitchens and Hefty products can your family not live without?
Triple Chocolate cookies anyone?